Bachelor of Planning students had a taste of what their careers are likely to be like as part of a Masterclass hosted by the Yanchep Beach Joint Venture.
While climate change remains a contentious political subject in Australia the hip pocket benefits of being more sustainable in business and everyday life are already proven.
The Faculty of Business and Law recently recognised more than 60 students as part of the Faculty's Student Prize Evening.
The 2014 Careers Fair brought together more than 400 students with some of Australia’s top employers.
In a city dominated by cars Daniel McDonald hopes he can encourage more people to kick the automobile habit and get back on buses, trains and bikes.
ECU Enactus students develop and empower our communities.
Year 11 and 12 students from Perth high schools take part in a leadership and career management program.
After completing the first two years of his Bachelor of Business degree at ECU, Phillip Camping took a leap of faith into the unknown for his final year.
The 2013 Careers Fair brought together more than 400 students with some of Australia’s top employers.
The outstanding achievements of more than 60 students were recognised at the FBL Student Prize Evening.
First year Bachelor of Business student Cassie Marriott helps to organise the WA Volunteer of the Year Awards.
International Women’s Day is a chance for young women to celebrate the achievements and success of women around the world.
Planning students share their experiences working in the real world.
Student Maeva Heim has recently returned from representing ECU in the Business Icon 2012 competition.
Mine workers are starting work without adequate hazard identification skills according to ECU research.